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Divorcing a Narcissist – Challenges and Advice

Divorce is a tough and overwhelming time in anyone’s life. When you are divorcing a spouse with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), the process can become even more difficult and frustrating. Trying to negotiate and work with an individual with NPD holds an entire set of challenges and can force even the most straightforward divorce into…

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What Is Collaborative Law?

Getting a divorce can be a complex and complicated process, leading to no small amount of arguing and fighting in order for each party to get what they want. In some scenarios, however, there is the possibility of everyone getting what they want in a calmer and simpler way without the cost of litigation. Collaborative…

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Will My Ex Get My Pension in the Divorce?

If you’re going through a divorce, then you know how stressful the process can be. With today’s complex, nuanced laws, a divorce can be confusing, infuriating, and extremely difficult – especially if your spouse is being stubborn with their demands. Separating assets such as cars, homes, and other physical items is one thing, but sharing…

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What Do I Do If My Child Was Arrested for DUI?

It’s normal for teens and young adults to make mistakes; it’s part of growing up and learning. They’re learning what’s popular, fun, and new. However, these mistakes can sometimes land your child in serious trouble with the law. A night of drinking and partying with friends can lead to years of consequences that can change…

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Can I Be Arrested for Threatening to Spread Coronavirus?

Back in 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) warned that anyone who intentionally spreads, or threatens to spread, coronavirus, would be charged with terrorism. According to a memorandum sent out in March of that year, a person could be arrested for coughing on other people or objects with the purpose of infecting others. The…

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How to Survive a High-Conflict Divorce

A divorce is already stressful enough considering the time and money that goes into them, not to mention the strain of having to possibly find a new place to live, and discovering who gets custody of the children. In a high-conflict divorce, the stress is doubled. Whether that’s due to an abusive or obstinate partner,…

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Do I Need a Lawyer if I’m Caught With Drugs?

More often than not, if you need to ask yourself if you need a lawyer, the answer is going to be yes – especially if you’ve been arrested for possession of an illegal substance. In order to know why you need a lawyer (other than the legal system is a complex and complicated machine that…

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Why Eyewitness Testimony May Be Unreliable

If you have ever watched a crime procedural, you have watched the scene where the potential “perps” are put in a line, and a victim is forced to identify the person who attacked him or her. In most versions, the victim either recognizes the alleged attacker immediately, or states clearly and emphatically that his or…

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Frequently Asked Questions about Alimony in South Carolina

Spouses in South Carolina who divorce or separate have numerous questions about alimony. They want to know the types of alimony there are, the factors that determine whether alimony should be awarded, how much alimony should be awarded, and whether alimony awards can be modified. We discuss these topics on our main alimony page. Some…

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